Make your own way to King St Wharf in Darling Harbour to meet your crew and board your yacht for the whale-watching cruise. Your small-group tour has a maximum of 12 participants, ensuring that you have room on the boat and plenty of space to view the whales and other marine life.
As you head out of the mouth of Sydney Harbour and scan the Pacific Ocean for whales, listen to expert commentary about the whales, their migration patterns, the marine environment and other fascinating facts. Your crew also details other creatures that you may encounter, such as bottlenose dolphins, common dolphins, pilot whales, Australian fur seals, albatross and more.
With luck on your side, your crew can find some whales and you will watch some typical whale behaviors, such as breaching out of the water, slapping their mighty fins, feeding or ushering their calves through the ocean. Whales are wild animals, and your crew will do their best to locate them on the day of your tour, although the rest is up to the whales. With many years of experience, your crew is ideally prepared to make your whale-watching tour an incredible experience.